The California Bar Association has asked for the independent counsel's report on Attorney General Edwin Meese to look into possible violation of the state's ethics code for lawyers, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. Meese practiced law in California as an Alameda County deputy district attorney before going on to Sacramento in 1966 to serve Gov. Ronald Reagan and later to Washington in 1980 to work for the president. Meese maintained membership in the California Bar, which disciplines attorneys found guilty of misconduct.